...Now a little more about me..
I'm from NYC! However, I've been living/working in Chicago for 2 years. Initially, I studied Architecture at Penn State and switched Architectural Engineering to get a better understanding of math and physics (which was more difficult than it seems).
The reason I ... (read more)
...Therefore, most of my exposure to differential equations is in discrete form, but quite often I solve problems in mechanical engineering and physics which are in continuous form. I have recently started working in the MRI field, and worked out solutions to spin systems and magnetization equation... (read more)
...I have been tutoring Trigonometry in community college for about three years. While tutoring Trigonometry, I use the unit circle approach and I have a neat trick that makes memorizing the unit circle less overwhelming. I also point out when certain techniques will carry over to higher level math. (read more)
...I invite you to try my services.At the heart of Algebra 1 is the ability to solve linear equations. Equations of the form ax + b = c. There are two steps needed to solve such an equation. (read more)
...However, as I rose through the ranks of AP Chem (and later on, Organic Chemistry as well), things smoothed out for me, and I can ensure the same good results happen for you too! I've had several jobs where I used Excel daily on a professional level. Beyond the typical workplace application of t... (read more)